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Imprint:Copenhagen : Museum Tusculanum Press ; University of Copenhagen, 2013.
Description:495 pages ; 24 cm.
Language:English
Series:PSi Performance Studies International. In between states
In between states.
Subject:Performing arts archives.
Performance art.
Performing arts.
Performing arts archives.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/9327763
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Other authors / contributors:Borggreen, Gunhild, editor of compilation.
Gade, Rune, editor of compilation.
PSi (Organization)
Københavns universitet.
ISBN:9788763537506 (pbk.)
8763537508 (pbk.)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 481-490)
Summary:This book contributes to the ongoing critical discussions of performance and its disappearance, of the ephemeral and its reproduction, of archives and mediatized recordings of liveness. The many contributions by excellent scholars and artists from a broad range of interdisciplinary fields as well as from various locations in research geographies demonstrate that despite the extensive discourse on the relationship between performance and the archive, inquiry into the productive tensions between ephemerality and permanence is by no means outdated or exhausted. New ways of understanding archives, history, and memory emerge and address theories of enactment and intervention, while concepts of performance constantly proliferate and enable a critical focus on archival residue. The contributions in this book cover philosophical inquiries as well as discussions of specific art works, performances, and archives.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: The Archive in Performance Studies
  • I. Ontologies
  • Archiving Legacies: Who Cares for Performance Remains?
  • Unpredictable Temporalities: The Body and Performance in (Art) History
  • Unstable Archives: Languages and Myths of the Visible
  • This Way Brouwn: The Archive-Present, Past, and Future
  • "All This Is Left": Performing and Reperforming Archives of Khmer Rouge Violence
  • Choreographic Archives: Towards an Ontology of Movement Images
  • Dance Encounters Online: Digital Archives and Performance
  • Performance, Again: Resuscitating the Repertoire
  • The Archive Is Here and Now: Reframing Political Events as Theatre
  • II. Archives of Performance
  • Remembering Istanbul: What, How & for Whom? Canons and Archives in Contemporary Art Biennialization
  • Living Archives as Interventions in Ea Sola's Forgotten Fields
  • Performing and Deforming the Family Archive
  • The Performative Uses of the Surveillance Archive in Manu Luksch's Works
  • Sombra Dolorosa (Guy Maddin, 2004): A Queer Archival Performance
  • Undercover by Hotel Pro Forma, Performing the National Archive: Staging Cultural Heritage at the Royal Library in Copenhagen
  • Flexowriters, Punch Paper Poetry, and Ontological Gaps: What happened to the Unheard Avant-Gardes?
  • Staging the Self (Transformations, Invasions, and Pushing Boundaries)
  • Archives and the Performance of Becoming "Other"
  • III. Performing Archives
  • Performing the Archive: The Future of the Past
  • Performing Histories: Archiving Practices of Rimini Protokoll and The Atlas Group
  • Archives of Secrecy: Yoshiko Shimada's Art Project Bones in Tansu-Family Secrets
  • Labor of Love: Contesting Normative Urbanization in Marianne Jørgensen's love alley
  • Escaping the Fortress of Memory: Archive Pathology in Lindsay Seers's Art
  • The Trouble with Straight Time: Disruptive Anachronisms in Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz's N.O. Body
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  • Contributors